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Table 3 Demographics for US and Japanese Patient Concept Elicitation Interviews

From: Development and content validation of a patient-reported endometriosis pain daily diary

Characteristic   US (N = 17) Japan (N = 17)
Age, years Mean (SD) 30.5 (6.6) 41.1 (5.0)
Marital status Married 5 (29.4) 13 (76.5)
Living with partner 4 (23.5) 0
Divorced 2 (11.7) 2 (11.8)
Never married 6 (35.2) 2 (11.8)
Highest level of education completed High school 1 (5.9) 1 (5.9)
Some college 8 (47.1) 8 (47.1)
Bachelor’s degree 3 (17.6) 7 (41.2)
Graduate or professional school 5 (29.4) 1 (5.9)
Current employment status Not employed outside of home 2 (11.8) 2 (11.8)
Employed full-time 8 (47.1) 6 (35.3)
Employed part-time 3 (17.6) 1 (5.9)
Retired 0 1 (5.9)
Not employed 4 (23.5) 7 (41.2)
Ethnicity White/Caucasian (non-Hispanic) 14 (82.4)
White/Caucasian (Hispanic) 2 (11.7)
Hispanic or Latino 1 (5.9)
General health Excellent 0 1 (5.9)
Very good 6 (35.2) 4 (23.5)
Good 8 (47.0) 8 (47.1)
Fair 3 (17.6) 4 (23.5)
Over past month, endometriosis-related pain severity during menstruation
(0 = no pain to 10 = worst pain imaginable)
Mean (SD) 7.3 (1.5) 6.9 (1.9)
Median 7.0 7.0
Range 4–10 5–10
Over past month, endometriosis-related pain severity not during menstruation
(0 = no pain to 10 = worst pain imaginable)
Mean (SD) 5.9 (1.4) 3.2 (2.3)
Median 5.0 3.0
Range 4–9 0–7
  1. All data are presented as n (%) unless otherwise noted